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Schoolfight are a five piece Hip-hop/reggae rock outfit hailing from Brisbane QLD.
The Fight formed in early 2003, and soon released a self titled demo which was immediately embraced by local radio and music fans alike.
Schoolfight's style of music has been described as laid back soulful bass jams laced with air tight flows and soaring hooks, thru to hard hitting hip-hop with bounce punctuated gritty guitar lines and frantic keys.
The Fight's ability to jump genres and styles mid set has kept the fans coming back. The catchy tracks and energetic live show have helped gain the fight a large and loyal following both locally and further abroad.
In 2005, Schoolfight released their first album â€œBig Man On Champersâ€.
This release gained Schoolfight national exposure with repeated Triple J plays and led to sold out shows at Brisbane's premier live venue The Zoo, not to mention a 6 date Queensland tour with those other Brisbane run-a-muck lads Butterfingers.
Schoolfight have supported numerous Australian and international acts including Dr Octogon, Bluejuice, Labjacd and True Live, as well as sharing the stage with many more for events such as the West End Festival, Valley Fiesta and Island Vibe Festival. Schoolfight's music has been featured on numerous surfing and motocross DVDs and also SBS television's Fat Pizza.
Schoolfight have released the first single â€Cold Devineâ€ from the new album which is currently receiving airtime on Triple J.
The second single â€œRobotsâ€ will drop in the next few months, followed by the full album release in early September.
Schoolfight has recently signed with Brisbane independent label Impossible Odds and the upcoming single and album will be available from retail and digital music stores around the country.
Planning is underway for a tour of southern Australia and the regional north of Queensland. The Fight continues to be one of Brisbane's stand out live acts packing venues from Coolum to Byron Bay.